Colorado Transfer Guide

Prerequisites and general education courses for the Allied Health Programs.

The table below displays the common transfer equivalencies for LCCC coursework from Colorado Community Colleges such as Aims or Front Range Community Colleges.

Please note:

  • Transfer equivalencies are not guaranteed. Transfer of credits is determined by evaluation of official transcripts by the LCCC Office of the Registrar.
  • Completion of prerequisite coursework does not guarantee admission into a competitive Allied Health Program.
  •  Students should speak with the Admissions Office or an Academic Advisor for inquiries related to the admission process or transfer equivalencies from other states/institutions.
  • Only college-level courses from regionally accredited institutions, passed with a grade of "C" or higher, are transferrable.
  • Please reference the LCCC Catalog for additional information regarding graduation requirements.

LCCC Course

 Colorado CC Course

ENGL 1010

English I: Composition

3

ENG 121

English Composition I

3  

CO/M 2010

Public Speaking

3

SPE 115

Public Speaking

3

 

MATH 1400

College Algebra

4

MAT 121

College Algebra

4

 

MATH 1000

Problem Solving

3

MAT 120

Mathematics for Liberal Arts

4

OR MAT 121

PSYC 1000

General Psychology

3

PSY 101

General Psychology I

3

 

ANTH 1200

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

ANT 101

Cultural Anthropology

3

 

SOC 1000

Sociological Principles

3

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

3

 

EDST 2450

Human Lifespan Development

3

PSY 235

Human Growth & Development

3

 

MICR 2240

Medical Microbiology

4

BIO 204

Microbiology

4

 

ZOO 2010

Anatomy & Physiology I

4

BIO 201

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

 

ZOO 2020

Anatomy & Physiology II

4

BIO 202

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

 

CHEM 1000

Introductory Chemistry

4

CHE 101

Introduction to Chemistry I

5

 

HOEC 1140

Nutrition

2

HWE 100

Human Nutrition

3

 

CMAP 1610

Windows 1

1

CIS 118

Introduction to PC Applications

3

 

HLTK 1200

Medical Terminology

2

HPR 178

Seminar: Medical Terminology

1

 

HLTK 2300

Health Care Ethics

3

HPR 106

Law & Ethics for Health Professionals

2

 

HLTK 2510

Pathophysiology

2

BIO 216

Pathophysiology

4

 

PHYS 1050

Concepts of Physics

4

PHY 105

Conceptual Physics

4

 

 

This table displays the prerequisite courses required for LCCC's Allied Health programs.
A "—" indicates that there is not a required course in that area for that program.

 

ALL PROGRAMS

Nursing

Radiography

Dental Hygiene

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Physical Therapist Assistant

Surgical Technology

Speech Language Pathology Assistant

English

ENGL 1010

Communication

(CO/M 1015 also accepted for DHYG, PTA & SURG TECH)

CO/M 2010

U.S./Wyoming Constitution statutory requirement

LCCC Requirement*

This course is required for degree completion. Please consult with an Academic Advisor or appropriate Program Director for recommendations regarding whether the course should be completed before or during the program.

Anatomy & Physiology

Full Sequence: ZOO 2010 & ZOO 2020
- OR -
ZOO 2015 & ZOO 2025

 

**

**

**

   

Math

 

MATH 1400 (or higher)

MATH 1000 (or higher)**

MATH 1400 (or higher)

MATH 1400 (or higher)

MATH 1400 (or higher)

MATH 1000 (or higher)

MATH 1000 (or higher)

Social Science (1)

 

PSYC 1000

PSYC 1000

EDST 2450

Social Science (2)

 

SOC 1000 or ANTH 1200

Additional Lab Science (1)

 

MICR 2240

MICR 2240**

PHYS 1050

MICR 2240

Additional Lab Science (2)

 

CHEM 1000

Specialized Support Course (1)

 

 

HLTK 1200

HLTK 1200

HLTK 1200

HLTK 1200

Specialized Support Course (2)

 

HLTK 2510

HLTK 2300
recommended prior to program acceptance

Specialized Support Course (3)

 

HLTK 2510

Recommended Support Courses (1) – NOT REQUIRED

 

HOEC 1140

PHYS 1000

PHYS 1000

P.E. Activity

Recommended Support Course (2) – NOT REQUIRED

 

BIOL 1010

HLTK 2300

HLTK 2300

Recommended Support Course (3) – NOT REQUIRED

 

CHEM 1000 or CHEM 1020

PHYS 1050

CMAP 1610***

Recommended Support Course (4) – NOT REQUIRED

 

STAT 2050 or STAT 2070

Recommended Support Course (5) – NOT REQUIRED

 

Human Culture Elective

*Students must meet the state statutory requirement for instruction in the constitutions of the United States and Wyoming by completing one of the following:

  • POLS 1000 – American and Wyoming Government (3 credits) or
  • HIST 1211 – U.S. to 1865 (3 credits) or
  • HIST 1221 – U.S. from 1865 (3 credits) or
  • HIST 1251 – Wyoming History (3 credits) or
  • ECON 1200 – Economics, Law, and Government (3 credits)

Exception: Students who have earned credit for American Government or U.S. History at an out-of-state college or by advanced placement but have not fulfilled the Wyoming Constitution requirement may complete the one-credit hour POLS 1100 instead of one of the above courses.

**Must have been completed within five years prior to program start term.

***Any computer applications course except basic keyboarding is acceptable.